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分享 How to eliminate a bottleneck in English journal publication (2)
虞左俊 2009-10-16 03:38
Please skip the first two paragraphs, if you have read Part one. I recently learned from a journal editor that 稿件的编辑加工是一个bottleneck. Since I have been involved in journal publication for more than 15 years, first as an author and now as an English edit ...
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分享 How to eliminate a bottleneck in English journal publication (1)
虞左俊 2009-10-15 15:54
I recently learned from a journal editor that 稿件的编辑加工是一个bottleneck. Since I have been involved in journal publication for more than 15 years, first as an author and now as an English editor, I would like to share some views based on my own (limited) experiences. ...
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分享 To have, or not to have “the” (2): some examples
虞左俊 2009-10-14 15:25
The magnitude of the challenge of slowing the rate of biodiversity loss is demonstrated by the fact that most of the direct drivers of biodiversity loss are projected to either remain constant or to increase in the near future. (p. 14 of Ec ...
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分享 To have, or not to have “the” (1)
虞左俊 2009-10-13 13:06
Note: please skip these (#s) when you first read this Blog. This is probably one of the (#1) hardest questions for even the (#2) native speakers. To find out the (#3) rules, I once took a paragraph from a manuscript and visited three native speakers: a British re ...
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分享 Native Speakers (updated)
虞左俊 2009-10-9 08:50
This article is written for you, if you have been told recently by a journal editor that your manuscript needs to be edited by a “native speaker.” You don’t need to read further, if you understand that here a “native speaker” has its specific meaning: it means a native spea ...
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分享 Scientific Writing for Beginners (8): Revise, Revise, Revise
虞左俊 2009-10-8 08:06
Follow these steps to refine your figures: Design each figure by highlighting the features you want to share with your readers; Keep only whats necessary (panels, shadings, c ...
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分享 Scientific Writing for Beginners (7): End Your Paper with a Positive Outlook
热度 1 虞左俊 2009-10-8 07:48
Conclusions generally include a list of the key results from the papers middle, a discussion and a future perspective on the work. Do not define abbreviations again; & ...
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分享 How to “read” a research paper quickly (“速读法”)
虞左俊 2009-10-7 08:43
读 武夷山 博主的 美国科技期刊系统的花费 武夷山 博主 wrote: 至于如何让科学家花较少的时间就能消化吸收较多的文献,尤其是,让他们能尽快地判断是否可以舍弃某些文献,免得读了之后一无所获,连呼 上当 ,则需要依赖于更高水平的文摘 ...
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分享 Scientific Writing for Beginners (6): Never Let Go of Your Readers
热度 2 虞左俊 2009-10-4 06:59
When a reader has come this far, he must be very interested in your work. Now, its up to you to keep his interest alive. You should Choose an appropriate strategy to describe your research; Create sections and subsections to gu ...
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分享 Scientific Writing for Beginners (5): Introduction
热度 1 虞左俊 2009-9-27 10:44
Introduction is where the author reviews what has been published by himself as well as by other people on the same (or a closely related) topic. To many people, introduction is the most difficult part of the paper to write. Therefore, one may want to outline it first (including ...
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